Croatia

What is Croatia known for?


football friendly

football friendly for the inaugural match to open the stadium. The match finished with a 4-2 home win. '''Stadion Anđelko Herjavec''', also known as '''Stadion NK Varteks''' or '''Stadion Varteksa''', is a football (football (soccer)) stadium in Varaždin, Croatia, and the home ground of NK Varaždin. The stadium was built in 1931 (1931 in football (soccer)), although it underwent several renovations after that, and currently has an all-seating capacity of 10,800. It consists of three stands, with the main stand being the only one with a roof. '''''Stadion u Kranjčevićevoj ulici''''' (


nearby building

---memorijalni-centar-nikola-tesla-smiljan,762%3ASMN en info title Museum of Lika in Gospić – Nikola Tesla Memorial Centre in Smiljan publisher Museum Documentation Center (Croatia) accessdate 2011-11-08 There is also a congress hall in a nearby building. The original memorial complex was built in 1956. During the Croatian War of Independence, several of the buildings were severely damaged by fire. ref name "jutarnji-2006"


current theories

''). It is also subdivided into Corregimientos and Veredas. *In Croatia, a municipality (''općina'') is part of a county (''županija (Counties of Croatia)'') *In the Czech Republic, a municipality (obec) is part of a kraj (''kraj'') The exact time and place of Marco Polo's birth are unknown, and current theories are mostly conjectural. One possible place of birth is Venice's former contrada of San Giovanni Crisostomo, which


term population

of Ilok, Kingdom of Croatia (Kingdom of Croatia (medieval)) in personal union with Hungary (Croatia in personal union with Hungary) (now a Croatian border town on the Danube). A number of nations today are facing long term population decline, stretching from North Asia (Japan through to Eastern Europe through Russia including Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Armenia

, Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Croatia, Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, and now Italy. Countries rapidly approaching long term population declines (but currently still growing, albeit slowly) include Greece, Spain, Cuba, Uruguay, Denmark, Finland, Austria and Lesotho. ** Fourth seed Amélie Mauresmo (France) defeats Paola Suárez (Argentina) 6–0 5–7 6–1. (Reuters) ** Unseeded Croatian Mario Ančić beats the fifth seed, Britain (UK)'s Tim Henman, 7–6 (7–5) 6–4 6–2. (BBC) ** Second seed Andy Roddick (USA (United States of America)) beats Sjeng Schalken (Netherlands) 7–6 (7–4) 7–6 (11–9) 6–3. (BBC) * '''Bulgaria''' - Solomon Passy (2001-2005) * '''Croatia''' - Tonino Picula (2000-2003) * '''Cyprus''' - Ioannis Kasoulidis (1997-2003) '''Robert Prosinečki''' (


live close

arrived on the scene, the Austro-Hungarians were safely back in Pola. Hore (''Battleships''), p. 180 *Slovenia *Croatia, locally known as Rizvanac *France (French wine) Croatians who live close to the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina or Serbia often purchase tobacco and other goods on the other side of the border. '''Janko Vuković''', sometimes spelt '''Janko Vukovich''' or '''von Vukovich''', also known as '''Janko Vuković de Podkapelski''' or '''Janko Vuković-Podkapelski''' (Jezerane, September 27, 1871 - November 1, 1918) was a Croatian sailor who served in the Austro-Hungarian (Austria-Hungary) navy. He attended the Naval Academy in Fiume (modern Rijeka), and in his naval career he commanded the ''Habsburg'' class pre-Dreadnought battleship (Habsburg class battleship) SMS ''Babenburg'', the fast light cruiser SMS ''Admiral Spaun'' (SMS Admiral Spaun), and rose to command of the fleet's flagship, the dreadnought (battleship) ''Viribus Unitis (SMS Viribus Unitis)'' by the end of the First World War (World War I). thumb right 270px A castle in the old town of Varaždin (File:Varaždin - stari grad.jpg) in the northern part of the country. '''Tourism in Croatia''' is a well-developed industry. Many tourists visit to experience the country's extensive coastline and well-preserved coastal Renaissance towns. In 2005, Croatia had 10 million tourist visitors,


industry location

, on the southern slopes of Bansko Brdo, 11 km southeast of Beli Manastir. Its elevation is 103 m. Chief occupations of villagers include farming, viticulture, livestock breeding (dairy farms) and dairy industry. '''Kutjevo''' is a town in Slavonia, Croatia, located northeast of Požega (Požega, Croatia). In the census of 2011, there were 6,168 people, 2,399 in the town itself. ref name "dzs2011">


silver style

croatia title Croatia accessdate 30 June 2012 - ! rowspan 2 style "width:250px;" Olympic Games !! colspan 3 Olympic medals - ! style "width:50px;" Gold style "width:50px;" Silver style "width:50px;" Bronze - align left 1992 Albertville (1992 Winter Olympics) 0 0 0 - align left 1992 Barcelona (1992 Summer Olympics) 0 1 2 - align left 1994 Lillehammer (1994 Winter Olympics) 0 0 0


activities+supporting

(Croatia) Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia is tasked with preserving the nation's cultural and natural heritage (Natural and Cultural Heritage of Croatia) and overseeing its development. Further activities supporting development of culture are undertaken at local government level.


time involvement

or elsewhere is not known. After four years at St. Mark's, he became abbot of a monastery at Veglia (now Krk, Croatia), on an island off the coast of Dalmatia, a position which still required his part-time involvement at St. Mark's. He resigned from St. Mark's in 1619, and his position was taken by Alessandro Grandi. Negri died at Veglia. Coverage area The traditional Eurail pass covers 21 countries, as of 2009: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic


history articles

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was at first drawn due to the similarity of Croatian (Croatia - Croatian (Croatian language): Hrvatska, Croats - Croatian: Hrvati (Name_of_Croatia#Origin) Čakavian dialect: Harvati Kajkavian dialect: Horvati) and Arachosian name,

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Croatia

Tourism (Tourism in Croatia) dominates the Croatian service sector and accounts for up to 20% of Croatian GDP. Annual tourist industry income for 2011 was estimated at €6.61 billion. Its positive effects are felt throughout the economy of Croatia in terms of increased business volume observed in retail business, processing industry orders and summer seasonal employment. The industry is considered an export business, because it significantly reduces the country's external trade imbalance.

The bulk of the tourist industry is concentrated along the Adriatic Sea coast. Opatija was the first holiday resort since the middle of the 19th century. By the 1890s, it became one of the most significant European health resorts.

Croatia has unpolluted marine areas reflected through numerous nature reserves and 116 Blue Flag beaches.

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